Eden’s Secret: Prince Harry’s Invictus Games Foundation makes TV presenter JJ Chalmers — the prince’s ex-Marine friend who was disfigured by a roadside bomb in Afghanistan — their new guardian
TV presenter JJ Chalmers, who was seriously wounded by a bomb in Afghanistan, credited the Duke of Sussex with providing “one of the major catalysts” in his recovery. Now, Prince Harry’s charity has appointed him to its board of directors.
Chalmers, 36, has been named a trustee of the Invictus Games Foundation, which organizes a sporting event for injured and sick service personnel.
Formerly in the Royal Navy Chalmers is an Invictus Games gold medalist and his father, John, was a Minister of Chaplains to Queen Elizabeth.
Chalmers became friends with the prince after meeting him during a triathlon to rehab in 2014, and was even invited to his royal wedding four years later.
Chalmers became friends with the prince after meeting him during a rehab triathlon in 2014, and was even invited to his royal wedding four years later.
He has said he will be “forever grateful” to Harry for encouraging him to take part in the Invictus Games. He was a quarter-finalist in Strictly Come Dancing in 2020 with dance partner Amy Dowden.
Former Olympic triple jump champion Jonathan Edwards has also been appointed trustee of the foundation, having been involved with it since the first Invictus Games were presented to the BBC in 2014.
Come on, judge Craig Revel Horwood, judge Craig Revel Horwood, admits that his own footwork wouldn’t earn top marks at present. The star, who stars as the child-hating orphanage director Macy Hannigan in the musical Annie, says he dances a bit in the show, but won’t win any awards.
“I wouldn’t give my dance a ten,” he says. Miss Hannigan is drunk all the time, so she’s very wild dancing. She’s all over the store.
Naomi calls fashion shading
Naomi Campbell feels so badly about prejudice against dark-skinned women that she agreed to appear on this month’s cover of Vogue India only if doing so artificially darkened her skin tone in the photos.
The 52-year-old model had previously turned down an offer from the magazine because she felt guilty of “coloring” it.
The 52-year-old model had previously turned down an offer from the magazine because she felt guilty of “coloring”.
She told me, “I saw from that country and continent that they had women of dark color, and the women they used were only women of light color, so I did not cover at that time.”
Speaking at the Visionary Arts Awards at London’s Ham Yard Hotel in Soho, where she won the Legacy Honor, Campbell said, “When I’m on the cover, I really wanted to go dark and I’m glad I did.”
After being invited to take part in a DNA journey, Alan Carr sought advice from his mother, Christine, who said it would be foolish to turn him down on an ITV genealogy show as it could reveal a royal connection.
I said to my mom: Should I do that? The chat show host has been revealed for the Teenage Cancer Trust comedy night at London’s Royal Albert Hall.
Do it, do it, she said – you may be related to royalty.
“Knowing my luck, it would be Prince Andrew,” Carr added.
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